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Pre Ginuwa History of Itsekiri

Historically Itsekiri are said to have migrated from Egypt to their present day location in Nigeria. According to Jackson Omasanjuwa...

Who Own The Ijaws Enclave In Warri Kingdom

Who Own The Ijaws  Enclave? Regarding a publication by an Ijaw group claiming ownership of all the lands in Gbaramatu and part...

Abua People And Their Culture

In the oral tradition, legend has it that the founder of Abua had four sons, namely: Ọtapha the ọkpana or...

The Urhobo People Of Delta State

The majority of Nigerians may not have actually found out about Urhobos and a few of those who might have...

OBA OF LAGOS ON GREAT BENIN’S ORIGIN OF LAGOS MONARCHY

HISTORY LESSON: THE GREAT EDO NATION EDO, is what you can describe as the "generic name given to a group of people...

Agbassa Community A Tenant In Warri

A continuation of who owns Warri On the subject of ownership of Warri, one cannot avoid to discuss the position of...

Story of Dom Domingos, Prince of Warri

Philips III of Spain ( 14 April 1578 - 31 March 1621) Was King of Spain ( as Philips III...

TRADITIONS AND LINGUISTIC EVIDENCES: YORUBA-ISEKIRI- IGALA ARE EGYPTIANS : A PROOF OF PURE SCIENCE

By OLOMU OGHANRANDUKUN AUGUSTINE ORITSEWEYINMI(ST.IFA) & AGHAROWU EE (HONSBIRA) According to Omamor (1982), the Isekiri, Yoruba and Igala languages belongs to the...
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Strange World! Meet Lina, First Person On Earth Who Gave Birth To A Child...

Lina Medina 5 has entered history books as the youngest ever to give birth. The story has been told of the...

THE MAKING OF IGALA COUNTRY

The Attah Institution: Attah means father, he is the father of the people. The institution started only with the Igala (Attah...

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Urhobo Children Names and Their Meaning

Urhobo children names are quite interesting names. Urhobo child names are normally derived from parental spirituality, parental challenges, parental achievement, appreciation, philosophy, agenda and...

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The Yoruba People

PRONUNCIATION: YAWR-uh-buh LOCATION: West Africa (primarily Nigeria; also Benin and Togo) POPULATION: 53 million LANGUAGE: Yoruba Language Classification: Yoruboid 1. RELIGION: Ancestral religion; Islam; Christianity The Yoruba are among the biggest African ethnic groups south of...